Today we just got a glimpse at Nike’s 2021 NBA All-Star Weekend line-up which will consist of a brand new Nike Dunk High SE.

Nike leaks have been surfacing through the cracks left and right and now we have a leak that won’t be released until next February and that’s even if the All-Star Game is played in February next year. While the Dunk has been catching on fire as of late it only makes sense the sneaker will be featured in next year’s All-Star Weekend lineup.

While no leaked images have surfaced just yet, the official colorway has been listed as Brlygr/Black. Based on an early mock-up it appears the sneaker will feature a light minty leather base while black patent leather will equip the overlays around the heel, ankle, forefoot, toe, and Nike Swoosh logo. Tonal laces tie the shoe down while a white rubber midsole and black rubber outsole finish off the new look.

NIKE DUNK HIGH SE “ALL-STAR WEEKEND” RELEASE INFORMATION

The Nike Dunk High SE “All-Star Weekend” will be releasing next year for the NBA All-Star game whenever it is played. Expect to see this pair of kicks release alongside other additions to the lineup, including the Jordan 1 Mid and Low, at select retailers and Nike.com for $110. Check out the mock-up below for an early look and stay tuned for updates and more of the latest sneaker news.

Nike Dunk High “All-Star”
Color: Barely Green/Black-White
Style Code: DD1398-300
Release Date: March 9, 2021
Retail Price: $110

UPDATE 2/23: Nike has confirmed the Dunk High “All-Star” release for March 9th, 2021. The retail price is set for $110. Keep it locked for more details.

UPDATE 2/4: Check out new on foot photos of the All Star Dunks releasing in March below via Yankeekicks.

UPDATE 1/26: Originally scheduled for February 11th, the Nike Dunk High “All-Star” appears to be postponed and rescheduled for March 9th. Stay tuned for more details.

UPDATE: Official images are here for the GS rendition of the Nike Dunk High which is set to release on February 11th, 2021. Stay tuned for more details regarding the upcoming release.

Source: Py_Rates